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Akai Osei

Akai Osei
Born Akai Milan Osei-Mansfield
(1999-04-12) April 12, 1999
Lambeth, South London
Occupation actor, dancer, rapper, singer
Years active 2010–Present
Family Jennifer Osei (mother)
Rico Mansfield (father)
Ashanti Osei-Mansfield (sister)

Akai Osei (born 12 April 1999) is a British dancer, best known for winning the first series of Got to Dance.[1] It is reported that he was inspired by Michael Jackson, Diversity, Flawless and Chris Brown.

He appears in the film StreetDance 2.[2] Osei also appeared in Boy Blue Entertainment's street dance hip hop show Pied Piper – A Hip-Hop Dance Revolution, along with 60 other people.

Osei appeared in the music video for the N-Dubz song "We Dance On" in 2010, which was the main song on the soundtrack for the film StreetDance 3D. He also appeared in an advert for Ministry of Sound Street Dance 2010 CD. Osei has joined the cast of Into the Hoods.[3] Osei also appeared on Blue Peter in mid-2010. Osei also featured in annual dance show "Streets Ahead" in London 2010 which featured many dance crews and schools including Peridot. He is featured in Wretch 32's song Unorthodox featuring Example. He is seen dancing on a rooftop. In July 2011, Akai was a judge on a talent show on Disney Channel called "Shake It Up Dance Dance".[4] He is currently appearing in 4 O'Clock Club playing Josh's cousin, Nero.


Year Title Role/Name
2010 StreetDance 3D Dancing Kid in Shopping Mall
2012 StreetDance 2 Junior
2013 All Stars Jaden
Year Title Role Notes
2014 4 O'Clock Club (Series 3) Nero Johnson
2015 4 O'Clock Club (Series 4) Nero Johnson


  1. ^ "Akai: I've got 100,000".  
  2. ^ "Streetdance 3D premieres in London".  
  3. ^ "News: Akai joins Into the Hoods". 30 April 2010. 
  4. ^ Akai face of Disney Channel’s Shake It Up: Dance, Dance competition. 8 July 2011
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